Former Harrah’s Dealer Accused of Cheating Casino
Louisiana State Police are on the hunt for a suspected gambling cheat and her accomplices.
Agents have an arrest warrant for a former Harrah's New Orleans Casino blackjack dealer who's accused of stealing more than $30,000 from the casino by running a theft ring from her gambling table.
Breana Lewis, 24, allegedly paid friends for bets at her table on losing hands.
Investigators have identified four accomplices and obtained warrants for all of them. The accused gamblers are: Annette Davis, 43, of Gretna; Clifford Earl Carter, 31, of New Orleans; Cornelius Wells, 34, of New Orleans; and Jeffery Sheridan Jr., 25, of Angie, La.
The State Police Gaming Enforcement Division opened an investigation last month after getting surveillance video from the Harrahs security department
Once arrested, Lewis and the four accomplices will be booked with two counts of conspiracy to commit cheating and swindling and two counts of cheating and swindling.